Ask "Do stakeholders (for example, scientists and technicians) value evidence and professional expertise over group consensus? If yes, to what extent?” or “Do stakeholders (for example, issue advocates and community developers) value group discussion and collaborative decision-making processes with a broad range of input over scientific evidence and expertise? If yes, to what extent?" or "Do stakeholders value both of these levels equally?"

These questions can help to determine options in a policy development process where values based on reasoning—consensus and consequence level values—are the focus of the design.

Check out Process Design: Making it Work: Chapter 5, “The Values Factor in Process Design”, p 52


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